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Sunlight Institute Responses to sun articles 10/7/19—10/13/19

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Sunlight Institute Responses to sun articles 10/7/19—10/13/19   https://www.lifeandstylemag.com/posts/how-does-ipl-photofacial-treatment-work-dr-will-kirby-explains/ That was an interesting article. Since sun exposure was mentioned as being hard on the skin, I believe that we should also emphasize the necessity of regular, non-burning sun exposure for optimal human health.… continue reading

Cold and Flu Season is Approaching (Part 3)

Friday, October 11, 2019
Cold and Flu Season is Approaching (Part 3)
 
 
Our “Cold and Flu Season is Approaching” series began with an introduction to the correlations seen between cold and flu season and seasonal changes in vitamin D levels, and was followed by a post that highlighted research on the connection between vitamin D and the flu
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Cold and Flu Season is Approaching (Part 4)

Friday, October 11, 2019
Cold and Flu Season is Approaching (Part 4)
 
 
For our final post of the series on Cold and Flu Season is Approaching, we will be focusing on what else, besides vitamin D, might help decrease the risk of getting a cold or flu, or the time and severity of symptoms if you do get sick. 
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Sun Safer Than Supplements: Research Paper

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Sun Safer Than Supplements: Research Paper

Thursday, October 3rd, 2019
By Marc Sorenson, Sunlight Institute In a scientific paper, Dr. MS Razzaque shows that there may be some downsides to vitamin D supplementation, including “cardiovascular events and beyond.” He also states that “since hypovitaminosis D status usually reflects reduced sunlight exposure, the obvious primary replacement should be safe sunlight exposure, and not exogenous supplements.” The paper specifically mentions that avoiding sunlight exposure may influence the initiation and progression of different types of tumors [cancer], high blood pressure, type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
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Targeted by tanning salons? The portrayal of gays as victims reaches a ludicrous new height

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
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Targeted by tanning salons? The portrayal of gays as victims reaches a ludicrous new height

  CancerCivil Rights LawEleni LinosGender IdentityLgbtNewsweekSexual OrientationSkin CancerStanford UniversityTanningTanning Salons
October 8, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – A Newsweek headline warns that “Tanning salons could be targeting gay men by opening in LGBT neighborhoods, putting them at risk of cancer.”  The article is just the latest example of how the majority of media outlets, working in conjunction with liberal academia, never fail to present those who identify as LGBT as members of America’s most at-risk, persecuted class.  
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